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Wall memory is located in a new place — on the territory of the Church of St. Andrew the First-Called Apostle. Anatoly Fedoruk, the Mayor of Buchansk, reports about this in his Telegram channel.
"The metal structure has already been assembled. This place is known all over the world — there was a mass grave where 116 civilians were buried during the occupation. Of which two children and 30 women", – writes Anatoly Fedorchuk.
In addition, the official announced plans to create a memorial complex.
"Of course, in the future we intend to create a full-fledged memorial complex on the territory of the temple. The final project has not yet been determined, but we have preliminary developments. We will not forget. Time does not heal these wounds. So let's remember and honor each and every one of the 501st Buchanans killed and tortured by the Russian invaders. noted Anatoliy Fedorchuk.
BAGNET reminds that on March 31, Bucha celebrates the anniversary of liberation from the occupiers. During the capture of the community, the villages of Blystavitsa, Sinyak, Havrylivka, Zdvizhivka, Lub’yanka and Myrotske were the first to take the hit.
Prepared by Serhiy Daga